At the time of this posting, there were 144 new cases and 24 deaths in the province of Quebec and the Montreal coronavirus cases by neighbourhood shows a drop, but…
Many places are reopened or reopening soon, which is a good thing for the economy and just life in general. For instance, restaurants, cafes, and libraries are beginning to open gradually starting on Monday.
Here is Montreal’s coronavirus cases by neighbourhood.
Broken down, the numbers show that more women died of COVID-19 than did men — 1,745 women to 1,371 men.
And, with regards to age:
- 2,296 deaths were in the age group of 80+
- 546 deaths in the 70-79 year age group
- 199 deaths in the 60-69 year age group
- 56 deaths in the 50-59 year age group
- 13 deaths in the 40-49 year age group
- Less than 10 in the 20-39 year age group
According to a new Angus Reid Institute poll, most Quebecers think that the worst of the coronavirus pandemic is over, which isn’t the case. Yes, numbers are falling, probably due to the precautions taken by the majority of the population, but that can change as regulations loosen.
It all remains to be seen.